In Chapter 5 of this volume, May Sim explains that whereas Aristotle gives us a complete list of ten categories, Confucius provides no such list. Husserl does not give us any complete list of categories, either, but we can draw together from his various writings a long list of kinds of categories.
noematic pure grammatical
noetic analytic syntactical
eidetic logical signification
ontological formal analytic categories
ontic formal logical object-categories
material formal ontological apprehensional
regional formal objectual categories
This list is not complete, but it is already quite long and may appear utterly confusing. It may remind one of a “certain...